March 2019 Prayer Letter

Hello to all who pray for us!

We are so thankful to be writing our first prayer letter from Papua New Guinea! It has been quite a busy few months. Most exciting of all was seeing God work in the town of Erave Station. God saved souls and worked in hearts, and we thankful that He is allowing us to be used. To view the prayer letter in PDF for, just follow this link >HERE<

Prayer Letter for September

Hello friends,

Thanks so much for keeping up with us. Please click >HERE<  to see our latest prayer letter.

 

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Prayer Letter for March

Hello,

I apologize, as I believe that we missed a month with our prayer letter on this website. Here is our current Prayer Letter. Thanks for having patience with us. We have had to change a few things in how we distribute our prayer letter. As always, thank you for your prayers for our family! Hopefully we will have some good news about when we will be leaving for Papua New Guinea soon!

Prayer Letter!

Thanks to all of you who read our letters and who pray for us! We had a productive summer out on the road, and we have been so blessed. God is a great God to serve, and we love working with you for Him! Please take a look at our prayer letter for the past few months! Just click the link to view it. Thank you again for taking an interest in our family, and God’s work in Papua New Gunea!

Missions Trip

When I was preparing to go on my first missions trip, someone told me that a missions trip would “change your life”.  I kinda blew off that statement as a thing people say that’s cliché, but looking back, it did have an impact on me. Kayleigh would agree that the trips she went on changed how she saw Gods plan to win the lost as well. 

This past week I realized that my past missions trips are still affecting my life today! Lidina  Kheng, a man I met when I travelled to Cambodia, emailed me. We were catching up on each other’s lives but at the end he told me that he and his wife pray for me every day. That was so encouraging to know that a great prayer warrior was lifting me and my family up to God! I never would have met him, nor him me, if I didn’t go visit that country. It’s such a blessing to know that Christian brethren around the world are praying for us! Thank you, thank you, thank you so much!

If you ever get a chance to go on a missions trip, TAKE IT! A missions trip changed my life, and those trips I took still benefit me today!

Fun Sights

We were just able to present our work to a church in NYC. I know a lot of people, family members included, who would hate to even visit. The traffic, the smells, the rude people, are all things people don’t like about it.

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I gotta say, I loved it! When we left the church, we had a 2 hour drive ahead of us, but even though we were sleepy I couldn’t help but appreciate the sight of the skyline at night! It was truly awesome.

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The church we presented in was a classic old church complete with pipe organ and curved pews! It was gorgeous. The pastor and church have worked on it to make it nice instead of letting it get run down!

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Deputation isn’t the easiest thing, as my brother who went with us on this trip found out. There’s a lot of tedium that goes with traveling, but you also get to see some pretty cool sights, and meet a lot of pretty cool people. I can’t tell you how encouraging some of the pastors that we have met have been. The Devil would love you to think that Christians are down and out, but we still serve a great God who has a great plan for your life. Just let him direct you. Maybe he would put you in a city like New York, or maybe he would take you to Papua New Guinea where there is a population less than half that of NYC.

God will take care of you, and you will have a blast serving Him if you let Him lead!